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Published in : 2012-06-18 | by Eugene O'Loughlin
Learn how to create personalized backgrounds with your own photographs. By using transparent boxes you can "fade out" the photograph to form a new slide ...
Published in : 2011-03-15 | by Eugene O'Loughlin
Learn how to add a music audio file to a PowerPoint 2010 presentation in simple steps. You can play an audio file for one slide, or over several slides as you ...
Published in : 2015-08-14 | by Eugene O'Loughlin
Learn in easy steps how to add a music file to your presentation. You can add music to one slide, or play it across many slides. In this video you will learn some ...
Published in : 2012-09-11 | by Eugene O'Loughlin
Learn how to add a Slide Bar timer and/or a numbered countdown timer using PowerPoint. Useful for timing Pecha Kucha sessions, or any type of presentation.
Published in : 2011-01-06 | by Eugene O'Loughlin
Learn a simple technique to de-highlight slide backgrounds in PowerPoint in order to emphasize a new feature such as a Tip, Warning, or important message.
Published in : 2014-07-10 | by Eugene O'Loughlin
Learn how to extract an embedded video from a PowerPoint presentation. You may want to do this if you have lost the original copy of the video and all you have ...
Published in : 2013-08-21 | by Eugene O'Loughlin
Learn how to ad an image as a background to your charts in Excel. This is great for presentations and can add some context to your data visualizations.
Published in : 2011-04-27 | by Eugene O'Loughlin
The "Save as a Web Page" has been removed from PowerPoint 2010. But you can work around this and still save your presentation as a Web Page - watch my ...
Published in : 2011-09-16 | by Eugene O'Loughlin
Learn how to use PowerPoint to make YouTube ready videos. PowerPoint is one of the most common tools for presentations - so why not use it to make your ...
Published in : 2013-10-23 | by Eugene O'Loughlin
Learn how to use Mozilla Firefox to download videos from YouTube and them insert them as video objects into your PowerPoint presentation. This is particularly ...